The American Music Festival at Lake George Sept. 20 and 21, 2014

Not that anyone needs a reason to visit the great Upstate, NY in the Fall but in case you need one, The American Music Festival for the Lake takes place this weekend, Sept. 20 and 21, 2014 at Lake George. The two-day event will offer plenty of crafts, activities, food and live music from both regional and national acts.


Tickets are still available online at their site or at the gate with prices set at $ 15 on Saturday and $10 on Sunday with children under 14 free each day with an adult. There are VIP tickets available for $25 on Saturday and $20 on Sunday that offers guaranteed seats with a special viewing section. Ticket admission includes the music, block party and the arts and crafts fair.

The festival will take place at the new Charles R Wood Park in the West Brook enviro-park project on Beach Road in Lake George. The park offers 2.5 acres of festival space out of the 12.5 acre park with big plans for the rest of the area such as a playground, skate park, water feature and environmental interpretive area. The event will raise funds and awareness for S.A.V.E. (Stop Aquatic inVasives from Entering) LAKE GEORGE- a partnership which was created in hopes of removing an invasive species that is currently threatening the lake.


The rain or shine event begins at 11AM with music themes set – Saturday is rock  and Sunday is country; supplying a little something for everyone. Saturday’s headliners include local big shots Wild Adriatic and rock legends Robert Randolph & The Family Band with fireworks to follow. Sunday’s main acts include Boston’s country rock band, Girls Guns and Glory with American jammers, New Riders of the Purple Sage. The schedule below includes the weekend lineup:

SATURDAY – Noon til Fireworks
Noon: Rich Ortiz
1:00: The North & South Dakotas
2:30: NRBQ
4:00: Paranoid Social Club
5:30: Wild Adriatic
7:00: Robert Randolph & The Family Band

SUNDAY – Noon – 6pm
Noon: Stony Creek Band
1:15: Rosco Bandana
2:30: Girls Guns and Glory
4:00: Claire Lynch Band
5:00: New Riders of the Purple Sage

Be sure to clear up your schedule so not to miss one of the last big summer events of Upstate, NY!

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